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Pierre Henry & Spooky Tooth - Ceremony: An Electronic Mass download album

  • Performer: Pierre Henry
  • Album: Ceremony: An Electronic Mass
  • FLAC: 1535 mb | MP3: 1733 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Prog Rock
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Pierre Henry & Spooky Tooth - Ceremony: An Electronic Mass download album

Ceremony was a 1969 album by progressive UK rock band Spooky Tooth in collaboration with French electronic and "found-object" composer Pierre Henry.

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It's fair to say that Ceremony: An Electric Mass is unlike any other release by an English band normally rooted in the blues. Think of it as Spooky Tooth's version of Concerto for Group and Orchestra by Deep Purple, in which, after two or three promising blues-based rock releases, one member of the band somehow convinces the others to go for a wildly ambitious, experimental concept album

Pierre spooky tooth & henry - ceremony: an electronic mass CD new+. SPOOKY TOOTH, PIERRE HENRY Ceremony An Electronic Mass CD Europe Minority 2006. This is an Experimental, Avant Garde, Rock Music collaboration between French Electronic Music composer PIERRE HENRY and the English Rock band SPOOKY TOOTH.

Think of it as Spooky Tooth's version of Concerto for Group and Orchestra by Deep Purple, in which, after two or three promising blues-based rock releases, one member of the band somehow convinces the others to go for a wildly ambitious, experimental concept album. Henry's atonal arrangements don't fare too badly against Spooky Tooth's piercing guitars and bluesy wail, although Wright left the band after Ceremony (just as Lord never had the same influence on Purple again, leaving Ritchie Blackmore to lead them on to heavy metal glory).

Ceremony (Spooky Tooth and Pierre Henry album). Redirected from Ceremony (Spooky Tooth album)). Ceremony is a 1969 album by progressive UK rock band Spooky Tooth in collaboration with French electronic and "found-object" composer Pierre Henry. The album takes the form of a church service. Despite the project being instigated by Gary Wright, the album is considered by him to have ended the band's career. The album is described by another as being "one of the great screw-ups in rock history".

Ceremony is a metal related music album recording by SPOOKY TOOTH released in 1969 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.

Spooky Tooth were an English rock band. Principally active between 1967 and 1974, the band re-formed several times in later years. The second album, Spooky Two (March 1969), also manned by Miller, gained some attention in the rock press but, like the debut, failed to sell. It was the last album release by the original lineup and included their now classic version of the Larry Weiss penned "Evil Woman" and "Better by You, Better than Me", which was covered by Judas Priest on their release Stained Class (1978). Ridley joined Humble Pie in 1969 and was replaced by Andy Leigh for the album Ceremony (December 1969). It was with this French electronic music composer named Pierre Henry. We just told the label, 'You know this is his album, not our album. We'll play on it just like musicians.